Get your scorer accreditation!
Accreditation is about recognising the level of learning and experience that you have achieved.
Each level builds on the last, working through more complex plays, statistics and knowing your way around the rule book.
The higher levels open up the opportunity to score at State and National tournaments where scorers are provided by the State/Territory Scoring Associations.
LEVELS A, B, C and D
Level A provides you with all the basics needed to score a game.
Levels B, C and D take you through all the scoring symbols that a scorer uses.
These levels are achieved by completing the online training modules, which can be found on the Resources page.
Brings together what you have learnt at the State level by scoring a supplied game on video.
Once you have achieved a NSW Level D and scored for at least one season, score this game, then send us a copy of your scoresheet for review. (Coming Soon)
Introduces the rule book, basic statistics, earned and unearned runs.
Requires a Level O for at least one year, plus a practical and written exam after attending accreditation training sessions.
Covers more complex plays and more statistics.
Requires a Level 1 for at least one year, plus a practical and written exam after attending accreditation training sessions.
Level 2 scorers can assist others in achieving their Level O accreditation and apply to score at State tournaments.
Covers more complex plays and win/loss/save for pitchers.
Requires a Level 2 for at least two years, plus a written exam after attending accreditation training sessions.
Level 3 scorers can assist others in achieving their Level 1 accreditation and apply to score at National tournaments.
Confirms your scoring and rule book knowledge.
Requires a Level 3 for at least two years, plus a written exam.
Level 4 scorers can assist others in achieving all levels of accreditation and can be appointed as scoring coordinator at National tournaments.